The directors of Ojibway Lodge since 1948. Left to right: Margie Reimers, Janie Chivers, Sandy Chivers. Ojibway, an arm of Keewaydin, has functioned as a guest camp, family lodge and fishing camp in the style of the traditional Maine sporting camps. It also provides accomodations for families of campers and alumni visiting Keewaydin.
|1905-1922||Commodore Clarke (Ojibway then called The Keewaydin Club)|
|1975||Margie Reimers, Janie Chivers|
* Polly Nicholson served as the hostess from 1928-1950, running most day-to-day operations.
** Fire destroyed the dining hall on April Fools' Day, 1982
*** Ojibway re-opened with construction of a new dining hall. Sandy Chivers is the daughter of Janie and Howard Chivers.
|Photos: Keewaydin, Sandy Chivers, Fred Reimers|
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